If Open Table says there are no reservations available please double check with us as there may be a few openings 315-766-7885
Reservations required for parties of 5 or more, encouraged for all.
At Heritage Hill our cooking philosophy is to use as many local ingredients as possible, cooking everything you eat from scratch. We do not use large commercial suppliers but rather small local producers. The cost of these products and our labor required to prepare them into your meal are higher but we believe in this sustainable model as we feel it benefits our community and provides you healthier, safer foods. This style also takes much more time to prepare and serve particularly during busy times. Thank you for your patience and we hope you can enjoy our delicious beers brewed with our own grains raised here or other NY grown and produced beverages we offer.
Join us on Wednesday evenings for our new Flight Night special. A combination of a flight of four 5 counce beers paired with a flight of four gourmet local food dishes for just $30!
Join us for a quiet Sunday morning brunch with amazing views a warm setting and rotating weekly specials made from fresh local ingredients. We typically always have fresh cakes & links, Heartstone french toast, fritatta, and specials like smoked trout eggs benedict, chorizo & egg tacos, beef rib hash. Menu will change weekly although our Burger will always be available.
Wind down your weekend with a traditional family style roast and other delectable specials, something for everyone. Every week we pair a different locally raised meat with a starch and fresh NYS vegetables. We will also offer a limited selection of other specials based on what's available locally.
We do not publish these items but our chef is always willing to work in requests based on dietary restrictions. Children are ALWAYS WELCOME here and we almost always have a mac n cheese, local hot dog, grilled cheese and other yummy locally made items that they will love and you will feel good feeding them. No pre-packaged chicken fingers here...